Machiavellian (adj). using clever but often dishonest methods which deceive people so that one can gain power or control

January 22, 2009

What a hard word to incorporate into a blog post :( (Apologies in advance if I fail to mention it at all this post)

Most of my musings today revolved around mostly around the course I was offered by UNSW.
I think I’m going to thoroughly enjoy my first year of tertiary studies with International Studies. The course seems so intriguiging. I feel a bit saddened that I’m not going sttraight into Law, but Mummy says it’s alright as I would have had a whole year worth of fun (and study of course) before knuckling down on the double degree.  That brings me to my second resolution of the year: WAM 75+
I really love my Mummy- the days I spend working with her I feel a tad wiser after some rather brief and random chats. WOO to growing wiser.

Althought I slept early (or what is considered early by me) last night, I failed to wake up early enough for a morning session of the gym. Consequently, I didn’t pay a visit to the gym today because I finished work at 9pm. So I’ll have to visit tomorrow morning before heading out with some beautiful people to pick up their babies ;)

My tongue hurts for some reason………

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One Response to “Machiavellian (adj). using clever but often dishonest methods which deceive people so that one can gain power or control”

  1. TIMSUN Says:

    HI FIVE FOR INTERNATIONALS STUDES (although different schools)

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